The Angels and Phillies swapped veteran relievers Thursday in a deal that sent southpaw Jose Alvarez to and right-hander Luis Garcia to Anaheim.

Alvarez, 29, is coming off a stellar season in which he posted a 2.71 ERA, which ranked fourth among left-handed AL relievers, and struck out 59 batters through 76 appearances (63 innings). He allowed just three home runs all season and held left-handed hitters to a .206 average.

The Angels and Phillies swapped veteran relievers Thursday in a deal that sent southpaw Jose Alvarez to and right-hander Luis Garcia to Anaheim.

Alvarez, 29, is coming off a stellar season in which he posted a 2.71 ERA, which ranked fourth among left-handed AL relievers, and struck out 59 batters through 76 appearances (63 innings). He allowed just three home runs all season and held left-handed hitters to a .206 average.

Video: [email protected]: Alvarez fans Grandal to earn the win in 10th

The six-year veteran owns a 3.69 career ERA through 284 games with (2013) and Angels (2014-18). The Angels acquired him from Detroit in March 2014 in exchange for infielder Andrew Romine.

Garcia, 31, has spent his entire six-year Major League career with after joining the club as a Minor League free agent in 2013. After a strong 2017 campaign, Garcia struggled this season, compiling a 6.07 ERA in 59 relief appearances. He has a 4.12 ERA for his career.

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Both players are eligible for arbitration this offseason, and each is under team control until 2021.